3.6 magnitude earthquake shakes Hawaii’s Big Island

November 2015 HAWAIIA 3.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded Monday morning within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. The earthquake occurred at 10:21 a.m. about 5.6 miles northwest of Kaena Point and 8.4 miles south-southeast of the Kilauea Volcano summit, scientists said. It had a registered depth of 5.3 miles. More than a dozen people reported feeling the earthquake, including one person in Haiku, Maui, according to the USGS. No advisory was issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center for either earthquake. –WHT
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